Dogs can't wait to visit us!
Welcome to Ventura County’s Premiere Dog Daycare and Training Facility
Offering a Variety of Services for your Dog.
Open Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm
We are a premiere 6,200 square foot indoor – outdoor dog care facility serving Ventura County dog owners. Our services include day care, boarding, training, grooming and retail. We are Ventura’s one stop shop for all of your dog’s needs!
We strive to be clean, caring and accommodating to your busy schedule. Our trained and courteous staff strive to meet your needs and those of your dog. You are more than welcome to tour our facility anytime during the week after 10am. Your dogs first visit with us is free (up to 4 hours, by appointment only).
For the safety of all of our pets we require all dogs to be current with all shots, be free of fleas and to be spayed or neutered by 7 months of age. We offer dog training and puppy play on Saturday by appointment. You are free to drop off or pick up your pet at any time during our business hours once you have done your first assessment with us.
A delicious crunch Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treat your dog will LOVE! Author: Andrea Cammarata Recipe type: Doggie Treats Cuisine: International Dog Land Yields 80 treats INGREDIENTS 1 Egg 1 Cup All Purpose Flour 1½ cups Whole Wheat Flour ¾ cup of Almond Milk (yes it is safe) or Water ½ cup of NATURAL PEANUT
Kinda Starting to Understand Why Pets Try to Run Out of the House When the Door Opens! We hope everyone is continuing to do well with this very strange and straining time for our nation. We have been overwhelmed by the love we’ve received. A few of our customers still continue to work and bring
Recently we have learned that the K-9 flu is gradually spreading to southern California. We are very concerned for your pets and request that you talk to your vet about getting your dog vaccinated against the K-9 flu. Below is a letter that crossed my desk that describes what it is and how it has
Never, ever leave your dog in the car. Make sure your dog has unlimited access to fresh water. Make sure your dog has access to shade when outside. Take walks during the cooler hours of the day. When walking, try to stay off of hot surfaces (like asphalt) because it can burn your dog’s paws.
Be sure your dog is wearing an up-to-date and visible ID tag on her collar at all times. Take a current photo of your dog, just in case. Exercise your dog early in the day before parties begin. During cookouts, ask guests to play with your dog away from the flames. Keep charcoal, fireworks,
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